• Biology
  • Published 2003

Aquaculture Diet Development Subprogram: Ingredient Evaluation

@inproceedings{Allan2003AquacultureDD,
  title={Aquaculture Diet Development Subprogram: Ingredient Evaluation},
  author={Geoff L. Allan and Mark A. Booth},
  year={2003}
}
The effects of different processing techniques on apparent digestibility coefficients (ADC’s) and performance of silver perch Bidyanus bidyanus were evaluated. Results of a factorial digestibility trial in which three diets (SP35, 95LC1, 95LC2) and three processing methods (cold-pelleted, steam-pelleted, extruded) were evaluated, indicated that extrusion, but not steam conditioning, significantly improved ADC’s of dry matter (DM) and energy. ADC’s of DM and energy of coldpelleted diets were… CONTINUE READING

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